The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens announced their winter Make-It, Take-It Workshops. Make-It, Take-It Workshops are extremely popular and some classic seasonal favorites are on the schedule for this winter. The Fresh Conifer Wreath class will take place on December 3 at 12pm, the popular Decorated Boxwood Tree workshop will be held on December 3 at 3pm and the Fresh Holiday Arrangement workshop will be December 22 at 6pm.
The Fresh Conifer Wreath will take place on December 3 from 12-2 pm. If you love the smell of holiday evergreen boughs, create a fresh and fragrant 14” conifer wreath to add some seasonal greenery to your home. The Botanical Gardens will supply all materials along with ribbons and small holiday décor items. Participants should bring hand clippers, garden gloves and a large box for transport.
Returning by popular request, this winter, is the Decorated Boxwood Tree workshop on December 3 from 3-5pm. In this popular seasonal workshop, participants will create their own unique boxwood tree. The Botanical Gardens supply materials along with ribbons and small holiday décor items. Participants should bring gloves, hand clippers, and a large box for transporting their arrangement.
The Fresh Holiday Arrangement workshop is back this year on December 22 at 6pm. Bring the scents of the holidays home and design a lovely arrangement for your dinner table or craft the perfect hostess gift. Participants will want to bring hand clippers, a pair of scissors and a large box for transporting their creation. All supplies needed for this workshop will be provided.
Each individual workshop costs $35 for Botanical Garden members and $40 for the general public. Space is limited for all three workshops. Please call 716.827.1584 ext. 292 or go to www.buffalogardens.com to register.
The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens Society, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing appreciation for and knowledge of plant life and its connection to people and cultures through its documented living plant collection, historic conservatory, education, research and exhibits.